In our latest Vintage Rock Presents special edition 132-page magazine, we pay tribute to The Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis. For the real inside story, we chat exclusively with the Ferriday Fireball himself about his life and career - from crossing the threshold of Sun Records infamous Memphis studio in 1956 through to the present day still rockin' the ivories. With the help of a cast of Jerry Lee's original Sun band - JM Van Eaton, JW Brown and the late, great Roland Janes - we remember the early rock'n'roll years, plus we delve into his ground-breaking eponymous 1958 debut album with the help of biographer Rick Bragg. We then turn our attention to 1964's Live At The Star Club album - now held up as one of rock'n'roll's wildest and finest live albums - before picking up the story with an investigation into Lewis' career-restoring resurgence as a successful country artist. As we follow Jerry Lee's trajectory through the 70s and on - via his exceptional Southern Roots album - we offer up yet more exclusive interviews with some of the main players in the Jerry Lee story including guitarist and sidekick Kenny Lovelace, regular producer and collaborator Jerry Kennedy, and Jerry Lee's sister Linda Gail Lewis. Lastly, there's our top 40 rundown of the finest Jerry Lee tracks, plus features on his TV and film career, the best Jerry Lee-related books, our pick of vinyl and plenty more.